Michael Rood

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A Glance at the Messianic Movement

People belonging to the Messianic movement believe Jesus(Yeshua) is the savior of Israel and the so called Messiah of the Old Testament. It was said to have begun when Jesus was born and all the people who followed were jewish.

Messianic movement followers and people who practice it are mainly jewish, but also christians from different latitudes and ethnic groups and backgrounds have joined the lines.

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January 28, 2011 - Posted by | Messianic Jew, Micheal Rood | , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Shalom!
    You wrote: “People belonging to the Messianic movement believe Jesus(Yeshua) is the savior of Israel “

    I want to comment on what you wrote..

    Who is the Messiah prophesied to be?? It is important to know, so that one can find out what the historical Messiah taught. Let us study Tan’’kh (which Christians call the “OT”) to see what it teaches about the Messiah.

    Yeshayahu [”Isaiah”] 9:5: [Translation in accordance with etymology – science about the origins and meanings of words; and the semicolon is placed according to the cantillation marks which the Hebrew texts require]:

    (wa-yiqrâ shemo Pëlë yoeitz Eil Jibor; avi-ad sar- shâlom; ”and he called his name ‘Wonder,’ a counselor of Eil Jibor; My Father is until [i.e. forever], a minister of peace”)

    The Creator does not change – Malakhi 3:6, Tehilim [”Psalms”] 89:35. The meaning of this passage from the year 720 b.c.e cannot have changed.

    For more than eight centuries after that Yeshayahu proclaimed this prophecy, the Messianic interpretations remained strictly within the restrictions of Torah -“the books of Moses” – a vision of a deadly human king patterned after king Khizqiyah -“Hiskiah” – [which the prophecy partly was about] – who no one considered to be a “godly man-saviour”!

    We can learn from this that Yehoshua – the Messiah – would be a human, not a “divine saviour”.

    Following the teachings of Ribi Yehoshua – the Messiah -, leads oneself into Torah-observance; including an immensely meaningful relationship with the Creator.
    [Further reading about Yehoshua – the Messiah]

    I hope this information helps!

    Anders Branderud

    Comment by Anders Branderud | February 2, 2011 | Reply

  2. Thanks for the comment Anders. I agree it is very important to know who the messiah is prophesied to be so we can find out what he taught.

    Comment by michaelrood | February 2, 2011 | Reply


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